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Temporary Researcher - Center for Deep Learning at Northwestern University

Application Deadline

Open until filled


Evanston, IL

Job Description

Center for Deep Learning (CDL) seeks a temporary researcher in the areas of deep learning machine learning, and data science. The position is unpaid for the time being. Expertise in IoT is an additional benefit. CDL is composed of faculty members, PhD candidates, and post-doctoral students from a variety of departments working on deep learning and reinforcement learning problems in the areas of model serving and IoT. We seek applicants with knowledge and expertise in these areas who are eager to develop algorithms and implement them in an efficient way. Learn more about the Center for Deep Learning.

Examples of current projects:

  • Text summarization models
  • Dialog systems
  • Several deep learning aspects related to model serving
  • NLP in healthcare and bioinformatics
  • Improving deep learning at the compiler level
  • Reinforcement learning (related to autoML)

Application Material

Please email the following to

  • CV
  • Linkedin webpage
  • Links to any github repositories where you are a significant contributor 

In absence of these, provide a separate document clearly articulating your prior computer programing experience and accomplishments.

A successful candidate should have a moderate knowledge of machine learning and proficiency in computer programming (python, web development). It is beneficial to also have experience with data streaming systems such as Kafka and/or Pulsar, and node.js. The candidate should be capable of rapid prototyping.


  • Develop an IoT based system using advanced deep learning, machine learning, and data science
    • Implementation on the back- and front-end together with select machine learning algorithms
  • Interact with sponsoring companies

Northwestern University is ranked the number thirteen most innovative university and number twenty by World University Rankings. Most of the interactions will be with the faculty and students from the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences and Computer Science.

Computer Graphics and Visualization Positions at Texas A&M University

Application Deadline

Open until filled


College Station, TX

Job Openings

  1. One tenure track position in the Department of Visualization
  2. One joint tenured position in the Departments of Visualization & Computer Science and Engineering

About Texas A&M

The Department of Visualization supports a vigorous interdisciplinary blend of the visual arts and the related visual and imaging sciences and technology. Academic programs include the B.S., M.S., and MFA in Visualization, with over 400 students. Learn more about the Visualization Department.

Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M is a strong and vibrant research program. Our student population is comprised of over 1,200 undergraduate students (sophomore to senior level) and nearly 400 graduate students. Learn more about CSE. Texas A&M Computer Graphics program is listed 15 in the world based on Computer Science Rankings

Located in the heart of the Houston-Dallas-Austin triangle, within a two-hour drive of 26 million of the state’s 28 million residents, Texas A&M's main campus in College Station is home to more than 62,500 students. Another 5,700 are at the branch campuses in Galveston and Qatar and other locations across Texas.

How to Apply

Application materials should be entered using the interfolio system linked below: Questions can be addressed to

Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Piedmont College

Summary Description

The Piedmont College of Arts and Sciences is seeking a qualified individual to serve as full-time Faculty for our Computer Science Program and provide:
  • Effective classroom teaching and interacting with students in a professional manner;
  • Accurate and secure records of student grades, attendance, and advisement;
  • High standards of professionalism in the content, objectives, teaching, and grading of all courses;
  • Accurate course syllabi to the School of Arts and Sciences each semester;
  • An understanding of college policies and the curriculum and degree requirements of the programs in their field;
  • Participation in departmental, school, and college faculty meetings and service on committees as appropriate;
  • Contribution to the ongoing operation of their respective department and school;
  • Assessment of their job performance including teaching effectiveness, advisement, scholarship and service via an annual self-evaluation in accordance with official college procedure;
  • Assurance of their availability to students, faculty, staff, and administrators by posting and keeping at least ten office hours per week; and
  • A professional level of scholarship by continuous study, research, and attendance and participation at professional meetings. These activities are supported by the college through departmental travel funds and the faculty development program


Terminal degree in Computer Science or a related field.


Prior teaching experience in a college/university environment highly preferred.

How to Apply

To apply submit an application for employment, letter of interest, unofficial copies of transcripts, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references to with COMPSC Position in the subject heading.

Electrical Engineer for GAIA

Application Deadline

Open until filled


Rochester, NY or Chicago, IL


Full- or part-time during academic year, full-time during the summer, for example:

  • 20+ hours per week in Spring (April 26 – May 13, 2020)
  • 40+ hours per week in Summer (May 13 – August 23, 2019)
  • 20+ hours per week in Fall (August 26 – January 6, 2020)

Project Description

For parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), gaia provides a sensors-embedded compression shirt and mobile application for early detection and notification of meltdowns. Can lead to full-time employment.


Compensation dependent on experience and time commitment (stipend or hourly wage). For example:

  • Stipend: $500
  • Wage: $20+/hour

Job Description and Responsibilities

  • Passionate self-starter, with proven experience in designing electronics and laying them out with eagle.
  • Soldering experience, and solid laboratory testing experience.
  • Develop wearable smart apparel and watches
  • Assist firmware development for hardware component of product
  • Work on multidisciplinary team to complete the prototype

Skills and Qualifications

  • Working toward a BS/MS in Electrical Engineer, Computer Engineering, or Similar Experience (currently have/working toward)
  • Firmware development experience
  • Eagle PCB multilayer board experience
  • Strong work ethic and team oriented
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

How to Apply

If interested, email


Research Internships at Microsoft Research

Application Deadline

Internships offers will be made on a rolling basis so it is to your advantage to apply early. Applications are strongly encouraged to be submitted by January 15th.


Redmond, near Seattle, WA

How to Apply

The Interactive Media Group at Microsoft Research, Redmond has several openings for research internships. For over 20 years, our interns have been conducting influential research published in top-tier venues such as SIGGRAPH, CVPR, ICCV, ECCV, NeurIPS, ICLR, ICML, JASA.

We are looking for motivated students in topics including, but not limited to, computer vision, machine learning, learning from simulation, scene understanding, deep learning for vision, graphics and acoustics, physically-based sound synthesis and propagation, unsupervised  representation learning from unlabeled data, multimodal learning for video understanding, object detection and tracking, 3D reconstruction, computational photography, augmented reality. Learn more details on our research groups and projects.

If interested, apply here. Please include names of people at Microsoft whom you would like to work with. Also please email with a brief summary of your research interests and notifying us that you have submitted your application. 

Summer Interns @ Facebook

Application Deadline

Applications received before Dec 1, 2019 will be given higher priority. Offers are given on a rolling basis.

How to Apply

Are you excited about working on topics in Computer Vision, Computer Graphics, Machine Learning, AR, VR, Computational Photography, and more? Are you interested in doing high impact work and submitting it to top vision and graphics conferences?
Does the possibility of having 2 billion people ready to use your technology thrill you? Then apply to join us for the summer of 2020!
We encourage publications in conferences like CVPR, ICCV, ECCV, SIGGRAPH, while also building innovative products used by billions of people across Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, Oculus, and WhatsApp. Our team is part of the XR (Augmented and Virtual Reality) organization at Facebook.

  1. Go here and apply online:
  2. Email (with subject: “Research intern 2020 yourname”) to let us know, and include your CV, webpage, what/who you're excited to work on/with.


Technology Summer Analyst for Accenture's Technology Divisions

Application Deadline

April 12, 2019

How to Apply

Students can apply though Handshake.

Summer Intern for Plural Strategy

Application Deadline

April 30, 2019

Project Description

Plural Strategy is a fast growing strategy consultancy working in the media, information and technology sectors. They are seeking a Summer Intern and project work includes primary research, data analysis, slide-writing, and contributing to internal and client presentations. Applications are due April 30th.

How to Apply

Students can apply through Handshake.


Internship Positions at Disney Research Studios - Zurich

Application Deadline

Open until filled

Project Description

We are pleased to announce upcoming internship opportunities at Disney Research Studios in Zurich. Our lab is dedicated to advancing and delivering world-class technology to the content creators and production teams of the Walt Disney Studios segment. We are looking for candidates that share our passion for exploring and solving complex, unsolved problems, and that are excited by the prospect of impacting some of the biggest blockbusters of our time!

How to Apply

Students can apply here